Joan Bailey |
Friday, 11th May 2018
Michael Phillips’ latest book, Mycorrhizal Planet, How Symbiotic Fungi Work with Roots to Support Plant Health and Build Soil Fertility, is an amazing ride. This dense and delightful book is a tsunami of information woven together in language that... more
Jo Barker |
Thursday, 10th May 2018
RetroSuburbia is an extraordinary and magnificently crafted guide on living abundantly in uncertain times. Part manifesto, part manual, this is the book you and I did not realise we were waiting for! David Holmgren asks “Aren’t we all craving real... more
Rozie Apps |
Tuesday, 1st May 2018
This is an important book at a time where individuals and communities need to be growing more of their own food. Food forests are the best way to do this, as they create layers of edible, medicinal and useful plants, in a polyculture that works... more
Glennie Kindred |
Monday, 23rd April 2018
Wayside Medicine is the long awaited companion volume to Hedgerow Medicine, my all-time favourite herbal book, and is another triumph for Julie Bruton-Seal and Mathew Seal. If you loved Hedgerow Medicine, then this will not disappoint you. The two... more
Rozie Apps |
Monday, 23rd April 2018
Utopia for Realists opens your eyes and mind to a different way of thinking. We are fed up with the current status quo and with a capitalist system that cannot be changed. But Rutger Bregman shows that these systems can change. And do. Utopia can... more
Trish Whitham |
Friday, 13th April 2018
The Minimalist Gardener brings together a series of 17 articles written by renowned grower, permaculturist and teacher, the late Patrick Whitefield and originally published in Permaculture magazine over a period of more than twenty years. Big thanks... more
Laura Gibbs |
Monday, 5th February 2018
Minimalism has been a hot topic in the last few years, with its bold claims to saving the world through reducing consumption levels. But there is much more to the topic than just giving away all our stuff and not buying anything new. The core of the... more
Peter Cowman |
Wednesday, 17th January 2018
One issue which unites all people in the world is the fact that we access nutrition by ingesting solids and liquids and as a consequence of this expel solid and liquid ‘wastes’ from our bodies.   When we are in gestation our mothers not only provide... more
Dr Daniel Wahl - Medium |
Friday, 12th January 2018
Being the editor of Permaculture magazine and many of the excellent books that Permanent Publications has made accessible to the movement, puts my friend Maddy Harland in an excellent position to act as a midwife of the world many of us are longing... more
Graham Burnett |
Wednesday, 13th December 2017
The late Patrick Whitefield’s first book Permaculture In a Nutshell was published back in 1993. At that time there was very little literature available about this innovative new way of creating human habitats by working with nature’s patterns,... more